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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 12 October 1872

_I, O C A I.._ SAU'RDAY, OCT 12, 1872. All Advertisements must be handed to the Business Manager btfore Thursday Noon. The many friends of W. .I Di-.TREV1W.I-: onnounce bitn a.? a candl late for Solicit" > o First Circuit. AN\<HIX( EMK>'T. MR F.niTOR ? Please announce 1? PORTER an a Candidate for Sheriff at the next Election and ?bligo bis many friend* in the FORK. ALEXANDER BROWN, of the Fork of Ldi-to. in hereby announced as u enndidul ? for Ceanty Commissioner by MANY PRIENDS". Mr. Euitor?Please announce OKI? VY BAXTER, from the Fork of Ed ist o ?: candidate for the Lower Hons.- of the Gene ral Assembly, at the next Election an ' .blige MANY VOTERS june 1 O FOR SIIFIMl'F Many friends of Hsrpin Riggs Esq., the present Sheriff, announce hiin as a candi date far re-electien. FRIENDS AND VOTERS. Our devil says last. Wednesday wrck was one oftlio sweetest days of his .i(e, and returns his thanks to tho barber on Market St. (Brown) for his kindness in cuttiu^ and perfuming his...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 12 October 1872

f..m, ..T ..-w ? * ? st m n r i . . i i THE GOOD RED HAM). BY LEWIS K. OA CK SON. While Charlotte Elizabeth was re tdding in Ireland she was awakened from the religious formalism, in which she hail been lying, and Was lead to a hearty reception ol" tlie truth as it is in Jesus. JShc saw the simplicity of the Gospel, and thus she . itrg^uod : "Jesus Christ came into tho world lo save sinners ; I nui a bitmcr ; 1 waut to be saved; he will save mc."{jT^? With wonder aud delight she read the Scriptures, and saw with increasing clearness tho great doctrine of redemp tion ; and as sin drauk iu tho precious truths of grace, she felt nil unutterable longing for the good of those around her, and desired to impart to all the peace and jo?)Aba<;JU slwhnd found. She gatrlwSWetttlra ttrccts of Kil kenny a class of ueglcctcd children, whom f.UOJ^fcJtt to instruct aud elevate. Among nCpslra^rajJuck the dumb boy. whose aflawlW'OSjbnHlilion engaged her special regard. . Flic endeavored in vorious...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 19 October 1872

GOD ANt) Ol7R COUNTRY, . " i, .1I;r, < ALWAYS W ADVANCE SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER, 19 1872. 36 .? it itdmrtm i., t.? ^t^ry ?jitRP4ijr . BY TH? t firms op srwoRTrrtow. C?*>y f<?r?ti? tht. ftt.ti? *' '* '* <H? Montfc?. * * ?? 1 no km? ??? to**** W MIUM, ft extra copt ft* OH? TtAtV fY?o of ?fcorg?. a?y ?m ????>? pit* ?OtJbtft*, ?r ? C1a% ?f IV?? SalMNnrib?*?, will mihi ft* rxtra COPT for SIS'MMHNM. ft*o*f ft?TSS OP Al>VP*P!S*rW>. 1 <h*<*ftre. 1?* TiHwmta. tl.JW) ? M *? . t.W A Pqwot* e?M?W? of 10 Ifcfli Brovitr or %>flttoolk of (ga^pfe A*Mit.i?tr*4?f,? R?ti?rt, ._...$5 00 miniatr?t?r?. ?taeiiUr*, fte.J$9 00 VMp* UbOMl t?r?V?. ?:o:?? 'MARRIAGE in4 FM?.r.\L NOTiCBS. V?Vt as raffling an* ?q?a^a/i ;.: wHbout 'ohtrg*. r*wj08' " MkP* Terms fash In # Browning ft Browning, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ???tf?temiiia c. A, ft*, cm, Mai col* r. Bkowbih?. A. P. Baowsrs?. TO Uf LET?FURNISHED. " Anything over to day ?".a*kod, with ? eigujReent ?ad ironical emphasis. ? youngr^fssd ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 19 October 1872

?If*} I TWO ..DOLLARS PKR ANNUM. *> GOD AJSTD OUR COUNTRY, f ALWAYS IN ADTAJfCK volume t SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER, 19 1872. N TTT, OF AKr-JEPTJBB NEWS . BY Tri?! ?:<>:? T*?*?* 01? arwrRTpTfOW. ?in? <'?r>T IW waa year. $*2.00 '* Bt* f*?t?thB. 1 OO Aar e*e ?en44n? BIB OOMLARf*. fee a ??In* ef Net* fkaaWJiiH in, w4W reeeiea an EXTRA COPY raw OSB TEAR, free ?f aWraja. Aey ewe eewtiag fTY? BOt* er a Cine ef Ifew *ueeeribetw. will reeeree ?? BXTRA COPT far 81? M?!OT?r\ fee* ef BAY?:* Of* AOTFRYISiN??. let THseriian. ?? ** tt ?? . i.wo A ??jn*r* eeaeieta ef 10 Have Brewier e* . kMk ?f Aweer^ieia'a A?a>iniatraUr'e B?t??m,.....$5 00 Wwtteeeaf IHaaiiaaal af Guerdieee, Ad aafaiatraifre. Raeentere, Ac.jftO 00 'Cawtraet Advertisement* iateHfd "pea the tttaasal M A RR IAO E an.l PUVftRAfi WOYICwB, ViVt ea?eea*iag ene Bqaare, <>>f.MH vitbeut 'ee*r%e. -:o: Terms Cash In ?Warte*. Browning & Browning, ATTORNEYS AT LAW* OR? SiUa^nilRQ C. W*~? Bw>. Cee. Milcolv T. Baa...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 19 October 1872

t7 IttMllS. * ? A hlight frost was observed at Wal halla on the morning nf the 2d instant. A .slight frort was observed by early risers in'and near-{rhft'oity of Columbia on Saturday morning last. The Cungarce Briib^e which connects Richlund ao^t Le*4g^tsf. JOpuutics is rapidly ?pproacjjnj^ completion. The Tort Royal ? ail road is progress ing rapidly. ThoSrpranbah river bridgo will be r ady, by'Decotobcr next. Tbc RailrdS* eWneltiog Walterboro, Colleton Couliry** with the Charleston and Sa\ amiab llnad has been completed. Two flnurhigV triftiS In Columbus, Ga do au nnual bu?ftfcss of one million to twelve huuJroiVtho?Sand dollars. ?o ? A person, who had been for soventy two years a Free Mason expired last week at Swajppscott, Muss. A Y mount/ft, whp sent for ouo of the $2.HO band sewing machines advertised in the papers received a ahoemaker's awl worth about ten cent.-.. What substitute can there be for the endcarmrnts bf one's sisters" exclaimed Mary. 'The endearments of sunn; olh...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 19 October 1872

11 ?MUS. A slight front was observed at Wnl l.ulla ou the morning nf the 2d instant. A slight frort wh* observed by early rirers in'nnd ncar^a-fity of Columbia on Saturday morning last. Tbe Congarco,llriihjjc^wliioh connects Richlund ni-tfh Letflgiw JC^untiea in rapidly npproaejjjg^ completion. The Port Royal Railroad is progress ing rapidly. . Ybo-S-pauibab river bridgo will be r jady.by-'Doeasobcr next. The ttailro*W taffletting Wulterboro, Collcton Cotihf^ with tho Charleston und .Savannah liOfi'd bn8 been completed. Two m)urr^gvbifJ?jn Columbus, Ga do an nnuul uusHfcas of one million to twelve huii lred ihou?and dollar. A person, who had been for sovonty two years a Tree Mason expired last week nt SwjjjBipscott; Mass. A Vcrnintt??| whg sent for one of the $2,50 hand scuing machines advertised in the pnpors t qcciYcd a shoemaker's awl worth about ten coots. ? What substitute can thcro be for the ciidearnw i.ts of one's sisters" exclaimed Mary. '-Tto'fludearrnoutsqf some othor fel...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 19 October 1872

t7 11 cms. #" tf I A ftlight front wns observed at Wal halla on the morning of the 2d instant. A slight fro;t mm wbaerved by early risera in'nnd nrnr-jHiO'oity of Columbia on Saturday morning last. Tbc Congaxcp, Rridge. which connects Richlatid nntf'Lcirffgt3n? [Cpuntioa is rapidly npproacjjjpjr completion. The Tort Royal JLUilrond is progrcss ing rapidly. . The Savannah river bridgo will be r ady by December next. The R ? ihdan* fetnnelting Wnltcrboro, Oollolon Couhfy^ With tho Charleston mid Savannah lioa'd'liaa beeu completed. Two flnurnig' mills in Columbus, Ga ?In an anual fjusfiicsg of one million to twelve bun Ireil thousand dollars. A person, vrbo .had] been for sovonty two years a Free Mason expired last werk at Swajjipscott, Mass. A Y criii<hi ier who sent for ono of the 82,00 li.mil sewing machines advertised in the papers VQceivcd a shoemaker's awl worth about ten cents. What substitute can there be for the endearments bf one's sisters" exclaimed Mary. ' TAut endearme...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 19 October 1872

All Advertisements must be handed to the Business Manager before Ji?r?day Noon. T' * _ "*i >r.nv*,- -- s* RlLKUOUS,?Divine scryip* wilj Jjj heM at tho Prcsbytoriaii Church on ty^ morrow, 20th instant. Rev. Hough, Lutheran minister from St. Matthews, officiating. -t - - ? ??? Superintendents are requested to meet r V??a?1 ... .. ? ^ "the ICxeeutivc Coiumittoo nf the Orange burg Agricul^r^l.^Suei* ty on Wcdtien? day, 2'3d iust." ' ? ? --aaaajav.^ isai -. It hus been* spicily, delightfully cool Tor the last ^w,.dayp. Soda Water has been at a discount while blankets have been abovo par (nhd ma too.) ' I -?????-? ??! 1? ? The clccrjut* for sevon eloctota-ot President a*dr Vtce Ptc.iidi.it of the si j. Uni'cd States will be held ou the 5th d?y of November. See Governor Scott's ? - * - ? ? ??.??? * official advertisement to that effect. *? . - _ -,j mi...- - Our roller was off on au electioneer ing tour thMvftfek nud as a consequence our Outsiders but poorly printed. Sub ssribera will p...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 19 October 1872

BATURD All AdveTOsenri handed to the Bueineeifc Manager before ^hnr?day Noon. SB . 1 ?? ^.?I'.IIIU RSLIcious.?Div:::- ?crvicd v, i11 be held at the Presbyterian Church on tyj, morrow, 20th instant. Rev. A. G ~ Hough, l.utherau minister from St. Matthews, officiating. ?.?p4... 11 ? I Superintendents are requested to moot the Kxeeutive-CoinuiiUoc of the Orange burg Agricultural.'Sooi? ty ou Wediie*t| day, 23d inst, f 4 I It has licet?- sru'jily, delightfully cool for the last (jexr days. Soda Water'hns heen at a discount while blankets have been above par (and nia too.) The election' for sevon electors c* President aid Vic,:-Pre.-iido.it oT the Uni'cd States will be hohl ou the 5th day of November. See Governor Scott's official advertisement to that effect. a* V - Our roller was off ou au electioneer ing tour this W*ek and as a consequence our outsiders but poorly printed. Sub ssribers will* please accept our urologies and our pfo'mistJ "not to do ;io again." -DA1 -;? Our neighbor: 'T...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 19 October 1872

SATURDAX-?CT IP. 1872. All Adtf be handed to the Busing Manager before 3?hurs'day Noon. - ?~*n. RmXlUlOUSj?Divine serving v>i\\ Jje^ licit! at the Presbyterian Church ou tu* w * morrow, 20'.h instant. Rev. A.'OT Hough, Lutheran, niininter fmoi St. Matthews, officiating. ???. ., -S-~ Superintendents are requested to inccl the Kxccutivc*?oiity?iUuu nf the Orango burg Agticul^r^l^ujoi* ty ou Wcdueaj? day,23diust* ? <J .... w^SSi -""" = a,* It has been*- spicily, delightfully cool for the lust &w da\S- Soda water baa been at a discount whilu blankets liavo been abovo par (and nia too./" The election fur sevon electors v>1. Prcsideut as*l i Vtcj-Pru.iuh.it of the ? m ft t Unt'cd States will bo bold ou tho 5th day of November. See Ooveruor ScottV ' 5,- ? ' - "M w-<r ? official advertisement to that effect. ?? a* . Our roller was off on au electioneer ing tour thg fftek nnd as a couscijueiice our outsidoil.s but poorly printed. Sub ssribcrs wijl please,accept our apologies ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 19 October 1872

All Advt . be handed 1?' the Business, Manager before Thursday Noon. Oii'-i_1. ??-jw.IoUlUHl.LTTr.-tr.-uj Bklumous.?Diviuo scrying nil| ^ej held at tho Prcsby torian Church ou tu^J morrow, 20th instant. KeV. A. Ml1! Hough, Lutheran minister lrou? St. Matthews, officiating. - Ill!.-.-< Superintendents arc requested to tut the Kxecutivo^Cuiiviji^oe of the Orange burg AgriculJ^r^l.Soc'n ty ou Wcdnasjg day, 23d inst.^ *? Ii has been* spicily, delightfully cool For the last &w days. Soda water has been at a discount while blaukots havy been abovo par (and ma too.)' The election for seven electors .-or President oBd^Vice-Prosifh.it of the Uni'cd States will bo bold ou the 5th day of Novrauber, See Governor Scott's * '5/ -A* aa*?er? official advertisement to that cfToct. Our roller was olf on an electioneer ing tour thl| afajek nnd na a consequence our outsidoals hut-poorly printed. Sub ssribera J?UjJ,please accept our apologies and our promise "not to do so again." -. u ij*'".-t--;...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 19 October 1872

Subterraneous ^stenes^lfiiek-1 plored Iteptlys^Qmctbtn* One Appears Co Kn&Aiif iVi^i About--Mole Tracks Eclipsed. Several dava ?UM"WWrW*y commander qlJj^lj^lgW^^tl' during tho ??M^9?^\)W,iyac, commanding ofiW^jgj tj'^A^***** eluded to chaH^e hia quarter* IroiHThe rcaidonce ao long^ occupied by him,, known as tho Vi'Jff i4| the resr of the South Carolina CoTlogc, to n house formerly occupied^ by the Rollins girls. Yesterday ho was uutu raly bury ptftfh^hjn^ J^bjtn^aud^ looking about lus new (purlers, frobi cellar to garret ; the garret didj#x>t sur prise him any, but when ho came to ex plore the cellajaa^?JxuiLcV#l h;u;e?had '.?o greater suTrMs^#ttn*idswfi*? hecatombs of Egypt, than our worth) friend, when he commenced to pursue the windings of the walled cellar and uvches. T^n^^roWlrraiiean vault is calculated to excite the cuii isity of any man. Yet unexplored to their full ex been designed for. , ? T, <-T Til.' V 1 lucre ore many minor? already. Traditions v*tt? ^loerJui...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 19 October 1872

Subterraneous Jtyster$es-^tf ueka | plored Beptlyiyfiamcthtne No j One Appears Co Mm* Anl About?Mole Tracks Fell used. ft U if ? a 4> y Several day a itucc fho temporary commander oJ^'J^'i?'tKj* chy; during tho a*?jfchaa, Jat?ka^lkkick oonimanding ofl^pry of the Ve t, ^ioir-' eluded to chatige hia quartcrbTrudi't'ht residence so lung-*occupied by him, kuoWu as the Q'M V j^H'it1 ^ '*! (he rear uf the South Carolina'College,' to n house formerly occupied, by the Rollins girls. Yesterday ho was uutu raly busy I't'^'ri^thjn^ j ? fb^ljts, and | looking about bis uew <\? irters, froui vwllar to garret ; the girret didj ,not sur prise him any, but when be came to ex plore tbo rcl'ah^<?lxjMLc|rqlVl httxeahud :to greater suTpTTs^ ftVrHiiidsjRir the hccatombB of Kg\pt, than our worth) friend, wheft "lie commenced to pursue the wiudinj?e?'tlw walled cellar und arches. l^flr*s3WrFrranc:in vault is calculated to excite the ciui ?sity of any man. Yet unexplored to their full ex much ^clM...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 19 October 1872

Sunt* -raucous kysferies-*-L'uex ylored DoptlyS?SotneUitiig No One Appenr* to Know Anything About- Mole TrRcks Fclipsed. Ulu j n a d Several dave ?iure ''ftre 'temporary commander qtj^f fc^fi PQ >? ?iiv. during tho atarthaa? aflV'uL?P^iy^ck. commanding uftVpr , pl" ihy Poi-t. 0011 eluded tu chauge hia quarter* lru?i (ho rcaidotico so long 'occupied l?y hiui, kuuWu aa tho $|>un' fy^^lMHr'^d in the rcjir of the South ("'aix'liua College, to a house formerly occupied, by the Rollins girls. Yesterday ho wu? uutu taly l"j>\ i'ttrtri^thjti;.^ t > ^ i^litr?, ;iu.l looking about Iiis now quarters, frohi ewllar to gnrrot; the garret didj not sur prise him any, but when lie came to ox plorc the eellnKiittlx^Lcyt^Vl h.jre-had '.lo greater auTptS TWrrc4iihlsK>f the hecatombs of Kgvpt, than our worth) iVivnd, when ~ne crMinmoieod to pursue the wiudinj?j? th? walled cellar and arches. Tma^WoWrranean vault i? calculated to excite the etui >si?y of any man. Yet unexplored to their...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 19 October 1872

kSiihU'rruiieous Mysteries?Uuex-! plorvd Deptl?ijrSonulhtiis; No j Olio Appears tu Kuonv Auj thiug About?Mole Tracks FcUp?ed. Uli j is a i> v J-'tYL-Ml day* since' rife temporary uvuitnandcr olijtne'^rri-bn in thjscitv. during tho a%afen0je> jt*i,v t obmed Black, commanding officer ypf, tjie, Pot t. con eluded tu chafege hia quarter* lru?i the residence so lung occupied l?y him, kuoWu as the $ii>:iu hoas", r!|u;.tud i? the rent of the South ("'aivHtia College, to n house formerly occupied by the Rollins girls. Vcsterdtty he wan uutu ra\y bust I'trttru^yhtti!^ 1 ? a jtfUta, aiyJ l-jokiu^r about his uevv ritiarturs, frobi cellar to gnrret ; the garret didj not sur prise him any, hut when he canto to ex plore tbc enllan?^J?lrAmi.(?ptvhJ have had 'to greater KuVjMsr? nWhe?Oiidsl M the hecatombs of Kg\pf, than our worth} friend, when- tie commenced to pursue the winding of the walled cellar und arches. ThifT Vuhtev rutican vault is calculated to excite the euti isity id'any man....

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 26 October 1872

! I r ?*? ?-?? TV.Nii . ?HT gm j w ???10 itfNv 1 b (??: j ? ? ?;> ? ?i^ii< ,? ..... TWO DOLLARS PEU A XtV i; M. J 1 jgAjfcfail ^ . . . . 4r?".;!> .'?'ATA V?l GO? ,VTNrl) -OUR COUNTRY. _1 \ ALWAYS IN. A*J>?)rV?^a? W ?nun J(1 r> 1it *? a SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER, 26 1872. " .?? .i >? <. l?vji_^1? Aill ?' -" ? ' ' **'_!_lll^ilhll_*,il't<*,.;-'.^rt i .f^^^^. NUMBER1 37 . A_r. I THE ORAflflW' - NEWS rUlfihTVHKn A T 0*R A "NTO-'T^ n T ]" nr. TERMS' '''fTrFJ'USriM ?>T1 < >\. One Copy forreniiyea*.,.. $--0P " Six IVtnnllm. 1.0't Any one semliofc.^KlN,DOLLARS. f?r n Cdnb of New .Subscribers, will receivo an feXTRA COPT for ONE YEAR, froo of feharge. Any one sending FIVE DOLLARS, or a Club of New flubscribors, will receive ?n EXTRA COPY for SIX MONTHS. Tree of ?borge. ?-,V? RATES 0.F ADVERTISING. 1 Sqaare 1st Insertion...... $1.50 ? 2d ; ?? .i. 1.00 A Squnre consists of 10 linos "Brevier or ?no inch of Advertising space. Administrator's NotypprT ?.t^....^. Ji...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 26 October 1872

THE ORANGEBURG NEWS GEORGE BOLIYEB, Financial and Bt'sisiss Manaskk Oflcltil Psi per of the Statt? and of Orungcburg County. SATURDAY yQT>. 26, 1872. For President: Ulysses S. Grant, Vice President: Heni-y Wilson, 0?. M A SS A C H US ET TS. Ex-Auditor Gary, and his Mani festo. This gentleman was a candidate on the Pullers* ticket for State Treasurer. His opponent was the flon. F. L. Car dozn. The offioial count shows that the latter gentleman is successful. Gary, as a matter of course, ia mortified, mad and oshamc. His dear god?the sweet idol of his hoyshlp's aspirations?the State Treasury nnd the exceedingly conspic uousno-s of his ridiculous failure to get it, have conspired to make the man pre sent to the world a moving panorama of his real nature. At one time in South Cutolino,'Edwin F. Gary was re garded by tho Republican party as a tolerably clever and promising vouth; not, In wiver, so far as executivo ability was concerned (for no one has ever accused him with possessing ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 26 October 1872

LOCAL. SATURWtf, OCT. S.O. 1872. All Advertisements must >e handed to the Business [anager before Thursday Noon. MRS.?EO. ?OLIVER. I Id all the walks of lifo there ia dan ? gcr. Some of one kind, and some another; some heart breaking in their W consequences, and othors comparatively m trival. Amidst thorn all, the greatest E. Is the losing of the partucr ofuno'a bosom, the companion of one's life, aad tko sharer of all the trials and troubles W that, too unfrequcntly, make uneasy the heart ef a faithful husband. The grim monster, death, will invado, without any pangs of remorse, the .abode of the lowest und the highest, whenever It suits .. the dark winged Azrael to command hint. There are none too high or too low for him to touch and blot front existence forever. Tho fairest flower that over opened its gaze to the morning sun, and impregnated the air with the sweetness of its perfume, has of ton been snatched I from its native stem before ripened and * full in blootn. Untimely a...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 26 October 1872

L GOAL. f SATURDAY, OCT 20, l8?2. t All Advertisements must fee handed to the Business Manager before Thursday Noon. MRS.OEO. BO LIVER. In ?11 the walks of life there is dan ger. Some of one kind, and aoin? another; some heart breaking in their Consequences, and othors comparatively I trival. Amidst them nil, the greatest st is the losing of the partucr of one's boBom, the companion of one's life, nad the ?barer of all the trials and troublea P that, too unfrcqticntly, make uneasy the heart ef a faithful husband. The grim monster, death, will invade, without any pangs or remorse, the .abode of the lowest and the highest, whenever It suits .. the dark winged Azracl to command him. There are none ton high or too low for hici to touch and blot from existence forever. The fairest flower that over opened its gaze to the morning sun, and impregnated tbe air with the sweetness of its perfume, has brteo been snatched Ifrom its native stem before ripened and full in bloom. Untimely as this k...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orangeburg news. — 26 October 1872

LOOAL. 8AT?RDAX, OOT>?0, 1872. ~ All Advertisements must >e handed to the Business [anager before Thursday Noon. I ??iiwijw* ri'm i? ? in.' mm ? 1 MR8.0J?0. BOLIYER. In all the walks of life there is dau ? gcr. Some of one Kind, end some g another; some heart breaking in their r Consequences, and othors comp trativoly Itrival. Amidst, thorn all, the greatest ts the losing of the partuer of one's bosom, the companion of onus lifo, aad tho sharer of all the trials and troubles * lhat, too unfrequently, make uneasy the heart of a faithful husband. The grim monster, death, will invade, without nny pangs of remorse, the .abode of the lowest und the highest, whenever It suits . the dark winged Atttucl to command him. There are none ton high or too low for him to touch and blot from existence forcvar. Tho fairest flower that over opened its guze to the morning sun, and impregnated the air with the sweetness of its perfume, hoe often Ivor, snatched from its native stem before ripened ...

Publication Title: Orangeburg News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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